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Max is asked to mail a letter for his mother. As he walks through his neighborhood in search of a mailbox, he encounters all sorts of interesting things like falling leaves dancing in the wind, skyscrapers towering in the distance, and junk being piled into a garbage truck. All around him adults hurry on their various errands, too busy to appreciate these wondrous details. His walk through the city leads Max to discover that the mailbox is actually right next door to his own house. Children will enjoy following Max on his adventure and seeing things from his perspective as they explore Joanne Liu's colorful celebration of everyday life in a busy city.
Charming details abound, from a subplot involving a lost dog to the white endpapers covered in blue crayonlike scribbles that seem to map Max's rambling path. Max and his mother share the same ruddy complexions. Liu transforms a mundane walk to the mailbox into an exceptionally delightful visual treat. -Kirkus
|Publication date:||8th April 2019|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
Joanne Liu is an illustrator based in Hong Kong. She received a special mention from the 2018 Bologna Ragazzi Book Awards for her previous children's book, My Museum (Prestel). Follow Joanne Liu on Instagram joanne liu(c)privat.jpgMore About Joanne Liu